Asian Streaming Sequence
Many telco-backed local OTT players responded to the arrival of Netflix by focusing on the US
platform’s weakness in Asian content, and have rushed to supply regional movies and TV shows.
Television Asia caught up with iflix, HOOQ and Viu for a quick update. By K. Dass.
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Transition to OTT is required, but it doesn’t have to be painful or risky says
Roger Harvey, Regional Sales Director, Japan, Southeast Asia, Australia
and New Zealand, Irdeto.
MyRepublic brands itself as internet platform and not telco
The company has also unveiled plans for regional expansion and IPO.
Change is afoot in the media industry thanks to AI and machine learning
Artifi cial intelligence and machine learning ensures that viewers can always fi nd relevant and personalised entertainment
content says Sue Couto, SVP, APAC Sales at TiVo.
NAGRA introduces OPENTV Signature Edition, a fully-featured pay-tv ecosystem to maximize content value and optimise experiences
NAGRA, a Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S) company and the world’s leading independent provider of content protection and multiscreen television solutions, today…
AIB welcomes Hum Network as first member from Pakistan
National and international broadcaster set to benefit from full range of AIB services.
FOX+ takes on Asia
With a commitment to satisfying curiosity and entertaining viewers with high-end programming, FOX Networks Groups
Asia has grown from the fl agship channels it once launched to a leading Asia-Pacifi c programmer whose portfolio of
content reaches thousands of cumulative subscribers around the region. As its President, Zubin Gandevia tells K. Dass,
“FOX has now extended its play and gone deeper at the individual level with FOX+, offering consumers content at their